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  • EGMR, 14.01.2014 - 22231/05

    LAVRIC v. ROMANIA

    Moreover, in order for Article 8 to come into play, the attack on personal honour and reputation must attain a certain level of gravity and in a manner causing prejudice to personal enjoyment of the right to respect for private life (see, for example, A. v. Norway, no. 28070/06, § 64, 9 April 2009; Mikolajová v. Slovakia, no. 4479/03, § 55, 18 January 2011; Roberts and Roberts v. the United Kingdom, (dec.), no. 38681/08, §§ 40-41, 5 July 2011 and Axel Springer AG v. Germany [GC], no. 39954/08, § 83, 7 February 2012).
  • EGMR, 31.10.2013 - 12316/07

    POPOVSKI v. "THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA"

    In this connection it adds that in order for Article 8 to come into play, the attack on the applicant's personal honour and reputation must attain a certain level of gravity and in a manner causing prejudice to the personal enjoyment of the right to respect for his private life (see, for example, A. v. Norway, no. 28070/06, § 64, 9 April 2009, Mikolajová v. Slovakia, no. 4479/03, § 55, 18 January 2011 and Roberts and Roberts v. the United Kingdom, (dec.), no. 38681/08, §§ 40-41, 5 July 2011).
  • EGMR, 28.10.2014 - 20531/06

    ION CÂRSTEA v. ROMANIA

    There can be little doubt that the disputed article and accompanying photographs seriously prejudiced the applicant's honour and reputation and was harmful to his psychological integrity and private life (see, mutatis mutandis, A. v. Norway, no. 28070/06, § 64, 9 April 2009, Mikolajová v. Slovakia, no. 4479/03, § 55, 18 January 2011 and Roberts and Roberts v. the United Kingdom, (dec.), no. 38681/08, §§ 40-41, 5 July 2011).
  • EGMR, 19.11.2013 - 45543/04

    SOMESAN AND BUTIUC v. ROMANIA

    There can be little doubt that the disputed article entailed particularly grievous prejudice to the applicants" honour and reputations that was harmful to their psychological integrity and to their private life (see, mutatis mutandis, A. v. Norway, no. 28070/06, § 64, 9 April 2009, Mikolajová v. Slovakia, no. 4479/03, § 55, 18 January 2011, and Roberts and Roberts v. the United Kingdom, (dec.), no. 38681/08, §§ 40-41, 5 July 2011).
  • EGMR, 25.11.2014 - 31446/09

    TUNCER v. TURKEY

    Accordingly, the Court sees no reason to depart from its considerations in the aforementioned decisions (see also Schimanek v. Austria, (dec.) no. 32307/96, 1 February 2000, Salaman v. the United Kingdom (dec.), no. 43505/98, 15 June 2000 and Roberts and Roberts v. the United Kingdom (dec.), no. 38681/08, 5 July 2011).
  • EGMR, 13.11.2014 - 14832/11

    HOON v. THE UNITED KINGDOM

    It is established in the Court's case-law that a person's reputation, even if that person is criticised in the context of a public debate, forms part of his or her personal identity and psychological integrity and therefore also falls within the scope of his or her "private life" (See Pfeifer v. Austria, no. 12556/03, § 35, 15 November 2007, Roberts and Roberts v. the United Kingdom, no. 38681/08, § 40, 5 July 2011 and Axel Springer AG v. Germany [GC], no. 39954/08, §§ 83 and 84, 7 February 2012).
  • EGMR, 05.11.2013 - 18310/06

    PAULIUKIENÄ- AND PAULIUKAS v. LITHUANIA

    The Court explained its approach to such cases in its judgment in A. v. Norway (no. 28070/06, § 64, 9 April 2009), holding that in order for Article 8 to come into play, the attack on personal honour and reputation must attain a certain level of gravity and in a manner causing prejudice to personal enjoyment of the right to respect for private life (see Mikolajová v. Slovakia, no. 4479/03, § 55, 18 January 2011; Roberts and Roberts v. the United Kingdom, (dec.), no. 38681/08, §§ 40-41, 5 July 2011).
  • EGMR, 05.03.2013 - 45630/06

    STĘPNIAK v. POLAND

    The Court would not exclude the possibility that in a particular case a close relative may have a moral interest in vindicating a deceased person's right to reputation provided that the attack on reputation attained a certain level of gravity and caused prejudice to personal enjoyment of the right to respect for private life of the close relative (see Armoniene v. Lithuania, no. 36919/02, § 29, 25 November 2008; and, mutatis mutandis, Karakó v. Hungary, no. 39311/05, § 23, 28 April 2009; Polanco Torres and Movilla Polanco v. Spain, no. 34147/06, §§ 40 and 44, 21 September 2010; and Roberts and Roberts v. United Kingdom (dec.), 5 July 2011, no. 38681/08, § 40).
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